THIS WEEK: David Krakauer, Tevye, and more!
Come see us at the Israel Block Party, noon–5 p.m. on the East Mall!
And join us Wednesday evening for the second installment in our Yiddish Film Series, hosted by Dr. Itzik Gottesman. This month's film is Tevye—the REAL Fiddler on the Roof!
ThursdayDr. Libby Garland (CUNY Kingsborough) will deliver the lecture "Undocumented: Jewish Immigration to the U.S., 1921–1965."
Thursday & Friday
Renowned clarinetist and social visionary David Krakauer presents his new multimedia production—otherworldly interpretations of familiar film scores over a backdrop of original shorts.
BONUS: Join us this Friday for our Student-Faculty Seminar, "A Conversation with David Krakauer"! RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by 3/25/15 for a free lunch.
SCJS establishes Institute for Israel Studies
The Schusterman Center's Israel Studies Collaborative officially became the Institute for Israel Studies on January 1, 2015.
The Silver Spurs Alumni Association honored Dr. Abzug with the award.
The study of Jewish Latin America provides an opportunity for intellectual exploration and, for many, self-reflection as well.
Professor Emeritus Seth L. Wolitz publishes Yiddish Modernism: Studies in Twentieth-Century Eastern European Jewish Culture (Slavica Publishers, Indiana University, 2014)
Wolitz's book includes 25 articles spanning over three decades of research.
Schusterman Center offers second annual travel award for research on Latin American Jewish topics at The University of Texas at Austin
The $4000 prize will provide travel and lodging for a short-term stay in the 2014–2015 academic year.
Currently enrolled graduate and undergraduate students may apply.